Finland

Finland Travel Guide

Articles about Finland

By Spencer Peterson
It’s been called the largest and most transparent architecture competition ever, yielding 1,715 proposals from 77 countries, all made available to the public on a single website. This morning, it yielded a pair of winners you’ve never heard of. Th...
By Spencer Peterson
It’s been called the largest and most transparent architecture competition ever, yielding 1,715 proposals from 77 countries, all made available to the public on a single website. This morning, it yielded a pair of winners you’ve never heard of. Th...
By Spencer Peterson
It’s been called the largest and most transparent architecture competition ever, yielding 1,715 proposals from 77 countries, all made available to the public on a single website. This morning, it yielded a pair of winners you’ve never heard of. Th...
By Amy Schellenbaum
With the recent introduction of GoSleep napping pods, essentially closable pellets meant for escaping the stress and hubbub of airport terminals, it looks like Helsinki Airport is vying in earnest to become the best place in Europe to spend an eig...
By Jonny Clark
With the recent introduction of GoSleep napping pods, essentially closable pellets meant for escaping the stress and hubbub of airport terminals, it looks like Helsinki Airport is vying in earnest to become the best place in Europe to spend an eig...
By Travel + Leisure Staff

Hotels in Finland

For visiting artists, royalty, and romantics, this modernized 19th-century hotel is the address to commit to memory. Opulence reigns, from the Venetian chandeliers in the banquet hall and the mahogany and cut-glass entrance of the dining room right down to the Karl Fazer chocolates at turndown.

Restaurants in Finland

Businessmen and -women flock to this 80-year-old institution near the landmark Stockmann's department store for lunches of smoked eel with scrambled eggs, or flaky, freshwater pike perch with lobster sauce.

Things to do in Finland

No trip to Finland is complete without a visit to a public sauna. Sweat it out in this hidden gem near the city center, which has a blue-tiled Art Deco indoor pool (there are separate bathing times for men and women).